Sorry if this is a stupid question but I am trying to do as instructed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbQlsV0sB5Y at 14:44, the alternate ways to automate (both recording as it goes along and editing it step by step) but it’s not working.
I have the track to be automated selected but when (with the right mouse button) I move the parameter it doesn’t do anything, nothing comes up to the right of the note data on the track.
What am I doing wrong. Ironically, this is one of the prime reasons I wanted to start using renoise/trackers, for their pin point automation accuracy.
Also, when I move the DSP parameters whilst playing it doesn’t record this data either/nothing happens.
Thank you. Now I can input into individual lines BUT I am still unable to record automation when playing back . DEFINITELY USING THE RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON Tried it in both normal play back and playback with record selected and when I move the slider it just changes the value of the automation on the single line of the track that’s selected.
I’ve got quite a few more (questions) coming. I don’t like taking up forum space. Contemplating starting a ‘Tracker Newb’ thread to ask all my newb questions in and save littering the forum; what would you humans think to this? One other problem I’m having is with the search function within renoise. It doesn’t seem to find things in my computer???
What are you looking for, that you need to find? If you are talking about this search function, this is only going to find VST Fx, that reside inside of VST Folders, that you have setup inside of your Renoise Preferences.
Hey. I’m searching for samples in my computer, amens, drum hits etc, in the top search section. I can access them through going through a lot of files, but the search function doesn’t seem to retrieve anything here?
You can rightclick on any of the preset number buttons in the diskbrowser to store the current folder location as a hotspot so that you can browse it again. Though you only have four buttons per file type so make a wise rearrangement of your sample folders in 4 comprehensible sub-roots (“Beats”, “bass”, “leads”, “junk”).